Typically, the cost of the TV affects the diagonal, the presence of certain functions and advanced design. However, some models cost fabulous money, not possessing outstanding sizes and technologies. Top-5 of such TV will be considered in our article.
- 1. STUART HUGHES PRESTIGE HD SUPREME ROSE EDITIOIN
- 2. C-SEED ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS
- 3. PANASONIC TH-152UX1 PLASMA TV
- 4. SAMSUNG ULTRA-HD TV
- 5. BANG $ OLUFSENS BEOVISION 4
1. STUARTHUGHES PRESTIGE HD SUPREME ROSE EDITIOIN
The record of the top five most expensive TVs in the world is STUART HUGHES PRESTIGE HD SUPREME ROSE EDITIOIN.The price is 2.25 million dollars, the diagonal is small - 55 inches. Any normal person will exclaim: "For what?"Also it will be not right, simply model especial - in the case there are 28 kg of pink gold, and also 72 brilliants.
2. C-SEED ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS
C-SEED ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS takes the second position. The cost of this TV is 687000 $.The pluses include - diagonal 201 inches, the ability to use fingerprints to protect against unauthorized access, protection from moisture, stand and modern design.
3. PANASONIC TH-152UX1 PLASMA TV
The third place in the TOP is Panasonic TH-152UX1 PLASMA TV.Brief description of the model: at a price of $ 500,000, we can get a TV with a diagonal of 152 inches, 4K * 2K resolution, as well as the ability to view 3D.So you can open your cinema.
4. SAMSUNG ULTRA-HD TV
The fourth position in the rating of expensive TVs in the world belongs to SAMSUNG ULTRA-HD TV, worth $ 150,000.The diagonal is slightly larger than the predecessor's - 110 inches. It also has a resolution of 4K.
5. BANG $ OLUFSENS BEOVISION 4
Completes the top most expensive TVs, the BANG $ OLUFSENS BEOVISION 4, which has already been released for a long time, is worth about $ 111,000.As you can guess, its dimensions are not that small, and the diagonal of this miracle is 103 inches, which is enough to save on the wallpaper in the apartment - after all, it can take up a whole wall. As for functionality, the TV boasts only Full HD playback.